Segregationist Gov. George Wallace, [Switched parties 3 times , main reason, he did not want to participate in the civil rights movement ] Ran as an independent candidate for president in 1968 and became inspiration for the Republican Party from 1969 on. "Kooks got a right to vote too," he once said. | a prime example of the southern strategy most KKK split from the Democratic Party in reaction to the inclusion of a civil rights .
President Nixon sitting at his Oval office desk during a meeting with Equal Employment Opportunities Commission Chairman William H. Brown III, Counselor Arthur F. Burns, and Special Assistant Robert Brown. August 9, 1969.
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Romani children in Auschwitz, victims of medical experiments.
The purple triangle was a concentration camp badge used by the Nazis to identify Bibelforscher (the German name for Jehovah's Witnesses and other Bible Students congregations) in Nazi Germany. Nazism opposed unorthodox-Christian religious minorities (along with Jews), but made the Bible Students the object of particularly intense persecution, including such extensive incarceration that a distinct badge was assigned to them.
Nakano Takeko est une Onna-bugeisha (femme combattante) du domaine d'Aizu, qui participa et mourut à l'âge de 21 ans durant la guerre de Boshin. Alors qu'elle mène une charge contre les troupes de l'armée impériale japonaise du domaine d'Ōgaki3, elle reçoit une balle dans la poitrine. Plutôt que de laisser l'ennemi la capturer, elle demande à sa sœur, Yūko, de l'achever et de l'enterrer. Son corps est ainsi amené au Hōkai-ji et enterré sous un pin.
1944- Soldier stops to read comic sign on a road near the Canadian front in Holland advertising "resort facilities" and "Bosch Hunting".